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These would possibly sound a bit totally different now.

We requested the BuzzFeed Group to inform us a well-known tune they did not notice was a few celeb. Listed here are a few of their juicy responses:

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“One thing” by the Beatles, “Layla” by Derek and the Dominoes, and “Great Tonight” by Eric Clapton have been written about mannequin Pattie Boyd.


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“One thing” was written by George Harrison whereas they have been married. “Layla” was written by Eric Clapton after he fell in love together with his finest pal’s (George Harrison) spouse. And at last, “Great Tonight” was written by Eric Clapton after they bought collectively. She was taking too lengthy to get able to go to a celebration.

—jeniene

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“I will Stick Round” by the Foo Fighters was written by Dave Grohl about Courtney Love.


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Grohl wrote this tune a 12 months after Kurt Cobain died by suicide. He didn’t like Cobain’s spouse, Courtney Love, and admitted in 2009 that the road “How may or not it’s, I am the one one who sees your rehearsed madness?” was about her. However Love and Grohl confirmed a public show of affection and appeared to have made up at Nirvana’s induction into the Rock & Roll Corridor of Fame in 2014.

—LeemonLover13

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“Colours” by Halsey was about her ex-boyfriend Matty Healy, the lead singer of the 1975.


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The tune is a few relationship that begins out robust and vibrant, however dulls over time. Medication are concerned within the course of.

—noab2

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“Empty Backyard (Hey Hey Johnny)” by Elton John was a tribute to John Lennon, who had been assassinated 15 months previous to its launch.


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“All Too Nicely” by Taylor Swift was about her ex-boyfriend Jake Gyllenhaal.


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“Expectations” by Lauren Jauregui was about her ex-boyfriend Ty Dolla $ign. She wrote it when she was offended at him for staying out late after a efficiency and never telling her the place he was.


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“Name Out My Title” by the Weeknd was about his painful breakup with Selena Gomez.


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“Perth” by Bon Iver was impressed by Heath Ledger. The lead singer, Justin Vernon, was with Ledger’s finest pal in 2008 once they came upon he had died. Ledger was born in Perth, Australia.


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“Edie (Ciao Child)” by the Cult and “Simply Like a Lady” by Bob Dylan have been mentioned to have been about actress and mannequin Edie Sedgwick, who died in 1971.


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She was a socialite and was recognized for being Andie Warhol’s muse.

—kittykay

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“F**okay You” by Lily Allen was written about former US President George W. Bush.


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At a present in Los Angeles in 2009, she launched the tune by saying, “This tune is about George W. Bush, who by the best way I’m fairly pleased isn’t president anymore.”

—duce26

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“Pricey Mr. President” by P!nk and the Indigo Ladies was additionally about George W. Bush. It was an open letter to him whereas he was in workplace that questioned his stance on homelessness, LGBTQ rights, and the Iraq warfare.


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“What is the Frequency, Kenneth?” by R.E.M. was impressed by an incident the place CBS anchor Dan Reasonably was assaulted in Central Park. One of many assailants repeated “What is the frequency, Kenneth?” time and again.


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“Patricia” by Florence + the Machine was about Florence Welch’s love and admiration for singer Patti Smith.


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And “You are By no means Over” by Eminem was a tribute to his pal, the rapper Proof. Proof was shot and killed in 2006.

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